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intrigue in washington. there are stories circulating about rick santorum. senator santorum is here. senator santorum is here. in a long line of amazing performance machines. this is the new e-coupe. this is mercedes-benz. the moisturizer in other body washes sits on top of skin. only new dove has nutriummoisture... [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- greta: rush limbaugh is crystal clear. he is not taking any prisoners, and he loves the town hall protests. >> if we do not say we want to change it -- we are trying to save it. a full-fledged onslaught. by virtue of votes in the house and senate, it cannot be stopped, so what are we supposed to do with town hall meetings? what is the purpose of the town hall meeting? is it because politicians can come down from on high and say what they are doing? or is the purpose of a town hall meeting to hear some constituents? we do not need to go to a town hall meeting and have a report from these clowns about what they are doing. it is for them to hear us. greta: well,
, there is political intrigue in washington. there are stories circulating about rick santorum. senator santorum is here. how does jell-o sugar free pudding fit all that rich, chocolatey taste in 60 calories? ♪ ♪ oh, so delicious who cares? jell-o sugar free pudding. every diet needs a little wiggle room. check out the bass pro shops fall hunting classic. with great deals like the moultrie game spy d-40 camera for only $69.94 [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- greta: rush limbaugh is crystal clear. he is not taking any prisoners, and he loves the town hall protests. >> if we do not say we want to change it -- we are trying to save it. a full-fledged onslaught. by virtue of votes in the house and senate, it cannot be stopped, so what are we supposed to do with town hall meetings? what is the purpose of the town hall meeting? is it because politicians can come down from on high and say what they are doing? or is the purpose of a town hall meeting to hear some constituents? we do not need to go to a town hall meeting
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echo chamber that allows someone like rick santorum to think he could be elected president of the united states. late period elvis was more grounded in reality than this guy. i've made a short series of things that are more likely to happen than rick santorum getting elected president. the movie g.i. joe sweeps the independent spirit award. steve bartman is elected mayor of chicago. >> very good. >> chompsky is added to the cast of gossip girl and a sex tape surfaces featuring rush limbaugh and glenn beck and a sex doll with ronald reagan's face on the front. actually i'm sorry. that should be the things that have happened. >> santorum is downplaying the iowa visit but says your voice becomes more amplified. sounds like a message from thomas edison. the recording device -- your voice becomes more amplified in a place like iowa or new hampshire. is that the lesson for the republicans? don't change the message. just turn it up to 11. >> don't under estimate the power of sheer volume, keith. the town hall protests have proved anything, in fact you don't need to say anything, j
are even getting their 2012 campaigns ready. and brick -- rick santorum is heading to iowa, and six other presidential candidates have already beaten him to it. duane way to had offered to go one-on-one with him if he scored a presidenal interview. the president not only sat down with damon, but gave him a headline, and matching an education speech for september 8. we'll be back next friday. >>> as the health-care debate continues, some relief for prince william county. the wellness center provides hundreds of uninsured patients with free events and provides preventive care in the form of exercise, nutrition, and fitness advice. it is entirely the volunteer run and funded through donations. >>> a nice weekend, even better if you can make it to the beach. it is fiber six degrees cooler for ocean city. -- is five or six degreesr coooo for ocean city. inutre, si nala evly eg as we take a look at what is eanin on withurer wth twne fir lrst stop will take as the chevy che, 8 w4 degrees after a daytime high of 80 degrees. next up, 85 degrees after an 89 high. that is why it feels so uncomfortab
goes the country. we sounds senator santorum blues i fairly sizable margin to bob casey there. maybe the mood is now shifting back the other way for republicans in pennsylvania. alysin's point is this could be a moment. one moment think that fiery there at least have that sound when -- this could be the moment that switches things for senator arlen specter in pennsylvania. listen to this connect one day god is going to stand before you and he is going to judge you and the rest of your cronies up on the hill. >> clayton: your cronies on the hill do when people are angry. the well arlen specter is a porter. >> mike: who would've known. are you treating you to push and mark *speaker3 .tuning i am spewing clayton. >> clayton: i was the first person ever to do it in the world. >> mike: who would've thought arlen specter and chuck grassley to eat. >> clayton: grassley twitters all the time and jackie karl rove wanted the early political soccer during and as an aspiring back-and-forth exchange between the two of them. >> alysin: they're both saying different things about health care reform
'reilly. whatever it is, next on msnbc. >>> rick santorum couldn't get re-elected as a senator but he is hinting he thinks he can get elected president of the united states. mother doesn't know best as michelle bachman blasts president obama's americorp and her son joins t the bronze of the worst persons in the world boss limbaugh once again interruptding his new compare everybody to hitler show to say everybody else is comparing him to hitler. you people are out calling us nazis saying we're running around with swastikas. we get tarred and feathered because we don't just bend over, grab the ankles and let you guys ram whatever down our throats you want. we always knew mr. limbaugh had problems with reality and logic but this misunderstanding of anatomy is news. the runner-up? lou dobbs and the self-destruction tour. former dnc chairman howard dean, he said, was guilty of advancing liberal facism. then dobbs added i thought we had gotten rid of this left wing pest. he's a blood sucking leftist. i mean, you got to put a stake through his heart to stop this guy. he then issued one of those apologies
said that you are "on american -- unamerican." greta: senator rick santorum joins us. i bet they can pull those words back. >> yes, there was the offhand remark by the speaker, and that is one thing. that is bad. that is horrible. but this was a vetted up and down the line. this is what they think. -- this was vetted up and down the line. they wrote an op-ed, and they called the american public showing up at these town meetings un-american, and you want to talk about putting gasoline on a fire. they're going to guarantee that this thing is going to be hot to drop their rest of august. -- throughout the rest of august. greta: frankly, she did not use that were. that is the problem, and it is probably true of others, and maybe many members of congress and others protested when they felt passionate and strongly about things, said to come at now and say -- is just a terrible choice of words -- so to come out now and say that -- it is just a terrible choice of words. >> not only steny hoyer and nancy pelosi, but the deputy chief of staff right under rahm emanuel, he is the one who was quo
links santorum with us. >> he is talking about fox. this reminds me of what hugo chavez was doing down as venezuela trying to shut down the voice of opposition. this is not good. greta: we have some people who are politically conservative. we have a lot of people who are just gathering news. >> i don't think anyone will say you have been brutal on barack obama. you have not been brutal, you have made the case for and against him. he is overreacting. he is a very thin skinned president. he is not used to being criticized. some are just holding the line when he is crossing the line. his reaction is unprofessional. greta: how do we become the bad guys? >> it is not the package of the bill but the substance. he is trying to sell something. he is selling a product that does not exist. he says you can keep your doctor, your plan, no abortion, this will save money. this will spend one trillion dollars. the american people is looking at this thanks to conservative radio, fox news, the internet, they are getting the facts. they say, mr. president, this is not agree with what is happening in the
iowa and new hampshire. former pennsylvania senator rick santorum is raising eyebrows after he announced a series of visits to iowa this fall he said he's not considering a white house run at this time, but he said, quote, this is an opportunity for me to go out and talk about things that i think the we need to be doing to turn this country in the right direction. we're going to continue to keep an eye on the early primary states in the weeks and months ahead. sean: and tonight's meltdown is brought to you by u.n. secretary general moon. he spoke yesterday in korea at the world environment summit and issued a dire warning, the world is coming to an end. you may be wondering how to avoid this according to to the him, if we fail to act, cly malt change will intensify droughts, floods, and other natural disasters, water shortages will affect hundreds of millions of people, social unrest, even violence, could follow. scary, i know. but don't worry, we still have time, just not that much. the secretary general said, we have the power to change course, but we must do it now. we have
not show it? host: this is from "the politico." santorum believes it could be like 2010. this was addressed to fellow conservatives. host: in georgia, a democrat line. -- georgia. democrat line. caller: and rich as we are in america, everyone needs access to health care. obama inherited this mess. no one said anything to bush when he got us into this mess and pretty much put us into turmoil. the middle-class is so close to being poor. i am for this health care system. we have to pay taxes anyway. whether it was a republican or democrat in office, taxes would go up, because we have to go past this. at least we get something of of this. -- out of this. host: burlington, north carolina. caller: i am honest enough to admit i am not willing to pay $10 every week for other freeloaders on health care. here is my point, sir. i have people here who do not have jobs and they are on schip, medicare, medicaid, and some other program. by the way, just so everyone realizes how it tipped off i am, recently in north carolina, the people on the beach made more money. everyone's home insurance rates are goin
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-election chances of senator santorum. of pennsylvania. whether you agree or not, i think that's a tricky question in pennsylvania, whether the government should get so involved in a case like that. how do you avoid the cultural issues in this campaign that specter could use against you or sestak could use against you? >> a lot of the cultural issues cut both ways. i'm a big supporter of the second amendment. i don't think joe sestak is. i think arlen specter likes to have it both ways on the second amendment. that's an important culture issue in pennsylvania where i am definitely on the right side of this issue. i think right now the issue that's most important to people is the economy. it's jobs. that's always been my focus. i'm a guy that came from the private sector, a guy that actually worked in the real world before going to congress where i sat on the budget committee and focused on economics and budgetary issues. i think that is by far and away the most important issue on the minds of voters. it's exactly what i'm prepared to address and i think it's going to work very well to my advantage
. >> santorum tried to lead, he's gone. new england is gone. not a single congressman in new england. >> they're all forced to conform to the crazy right. >> they get beat singing the prizes of your loyal. they tried to be loyal, they all got blown away. >> di mat that was one. he's as sufficient as you are. he got blown away. >> demographically the party is in trouble but i'll tell you this -- >> you're telling me the north is dead in the republican party because they haven't fought hard enough. >> my concern is the presidency and the congress in 2010. i'm telling you we will pick up, i believe, 30 seats in the house -- >> a moderate republican period of time -- >> no, and i'm -- >> charlie crist, tom -- they're going to win. >> we will not nominate another moderate, they lose every time for the presidency. >> could sarah palin beat the president? >> no as of now she cannot beat the president. i think romney now can -- every time he flops he comes in our direction, chris. >> you are a moving target, pat buchanan. pat has four hats, i never know which one he's hearing. now you're being a poli
the conscience of america in a brown paper bag at all times, former senator rick santorum, who has revealed he's heading to iowa in october, presumably to kick the tires on a run for the presidency. is the country finally ready for a president who has publicly equated homosexuality with man on dog sex? >> god, would i love to spend ten minutes inside the political c
your doctor will continue with santorum fo some form of insurance. >> which is true now. not all doctors take medicare for example. if you go to medicare and your doctor doesn't take it you would have to switch doctors which would probably be true with the public option as well. in that sense it would still be the same. >> there's this real big trust issue right now that we haven't seen in a long time. a lack of trust. when i talk to people on the radio show or we talk to people and ask them why are you so concerned or opposed to health care reform, it takes about three minutes to get to and they said they were going to buy the toxic assets from the banks and they didn't. you can see that people are looking over the past year and they've been told one thing and something else maybe has happened and they think we're living in this world of big financial experiment and unintended consequences. >> there is also real and legitimate fear about the role of government in our society. i mean, that now this seems to be in many people's opinion one more thing that government is now, you kn
-care plan and they're pushing americans to cuba we ask former penciling a senator, rick santorum. >> alysin: wake up the kids, look who's outside. it's almost and it's the count. from sesame place. they're hear all throughout the show. there was some dancing for us and we'll tell you what they're doing. this is the year you take the trail less traveled. the year you do a little team building with the team that matters most. check out the bass pro shops fall hunting classic. it's 17 days of great deals plus free seminars this friday through sunday. this is my verizon small business specialist, tom. now, i know the catering business but when i walked in here i wasn't sure what i needed. i'm not sure what i need. tom showed me how to use mifi to get my whole team working online, on location. i was like, "woah". woah ! only verizon wireless has small business specialists in every store to help you do business better. you're like my secret ingredient. come in today and connect up to five devices on one 3g connection. now only $99.99 "thunder and cracks of lightning." whatever i did my digestive
. >> contenders, rick santorum is joining the parade to iowa. it has been a long parade, huckabee, jindal, pataki, ensign. they say they're going to build the party, senator santorum going october 21st -- october 1st, to do a right-to-life group. but if you're republican, if you're even semiwell known, the easiest way to get a headline is to go to iowa. >> if you had to handicap this race, it's way too handicap it but it's what we do. >> "way too early. ". >> thank you. who is the republican front-runner to be president? >> i think most people would say that governor romney has the biggest head start but, as you know the history of republican politics, both sides like having a head start isn't always necessarily where you want to be. when you're out front, folks are shooting you from the back. >> mitt romney for now. back to these town hall meetings. there has been amazing video, screaming, fighting, pushing, shoving. the one congressman from texas, i understand, is actually canceling a trip to go back into the teeth of these town hall meetings. >> to get pushed and shoved a little bit. this is a
, is this a hypocritical move? i'm joined in d.c. by former pennsylvania senator rick santorum and radio talk show host bill press and in new york, father jonathan morris. gentlemen, thank you for joining me this morning. >> hi, alisyn, good morning. >> bill, start with you, you heard president obama, he said passing this a moral obligation and engaging the religious leaders to help him. is this crossing a line? >> i don't think so. first i want to put it quickly in context, we're talking about an intersection of faith and politics and we're dealing with this 250 years and haven't got it right and we're always talking about it and this is a good example. he think the key here is that health care or healing the sick, has always been a mission of people of faith for centuries, look at the religious hospitals, look at the people who made it a mission to take care of this sick. so this great country of ours, 47 million people would have no health insurance, i think for people of faith that's a moral obligation to try to do something about it. okay, bill, let me stop you there, and senator santorum, you rem
to call in. c-spanwj, is our twitter address. rick santorum, in a fund-raising letter for the rnc, said he is comparing 2010 to 1994. for republicans -- good year for republicans. guest: you know, some people are starting to see that. if you look at the poll that we at "the wall street journal" did two weeks ago with nbc news, you are starting to see a real weakening in democrats' numbers. i can see why senator rick santorum will start to move to that conclusion. you have people trusting democrats less on things like candle in the deficit, on taxes. congress is job approval is not great, has not been great. and congress is run by the democrats. point to the potential for a good republican year next year. on top of all that, you have the obvious fact that democrats have more seats to defend than they used to, so they are more vulnerable to losing seats. my cautionary note would be that the economy seems to be stabilizing, may be turning around. you don't know how the health debate will turn out and you never know what surprises are out there. the political picture in august of 2009 could lo
to be in the durston building, a boring building and nobody even know there was sixth floor and santorum has this room twhan middle of no. where teddy came over and grabbed him, said you have to meet the guy, join up, become part of the system here. he didn't want to do it. come turnover the gym and spend time with the boys. he didn't want to do it. he finally kept bothering him, said, i will come to the gym. said i'm not really a workout kind of guy, back in the '70s, nobody was. gets over to the gym. teddy said it's a not kind of gym, not workout kind of gym. you know men's clubs, women are amazed how they behave. you walk in the door, three or four 75-year-old guys naked in there. you know how men behave in steam rooms totally blase sitting there with towels on maybe sitting there being bored enjoying doing nothing. and a big handful of cigars over to the steam room that was his work. here's a handful of cigar those pass out. >> by the way for the record, i entered a steam room, opened the door once and turned around. it is not pretty. i have seen it. i opened the door, there are a bunch of fat old
yesterday at this time you told us about rick santorum possibly jumping into the 2012 race and now you have some news about someone else. tell us about it. >> newt gingrich is on that list of people who is not running, kind of running, might run in 2012 and he's trying to position himself as a man with ideas. today he's going to appear before a think tank, a conservative think tank in washington and he's going to give a four-hour class on smarter ways to govern and in typical newt gingrich fashion, he's going to have 198 slides. kill them with his intellect. >> wow. four hours, 198 slides. >> i'm just going to be honest, no, i don't think he is and the reason he's not is he's a great ideas guy. he's great intellect against the conservative movement but, pat, i think you'll agree with me, newt always, and we saw this in the house, he always seems to stumble across a horrific headline. he will follow sarah palin in the death panel talk. he will fumble around and call the president of the -- suggest the president of the united states is a reverse racist. he always goes for that one extra punch
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